There’s been a lot of confusion as to what exactly is Sony planning for the nearly identical Xperia Z and ZL handhelds, but the company’s officials are certainly not helping in making people understand the situation.
Since companies such as Samsung, LG and decided not to announce any new Android smartphone and/or tablet this past week, Sony had a chance to shine at CES 2013.
The Xperia Z is undoubtedly Sony’s best smartphone to date and one of the most interesting new Android devices unveiled at this year’s Consumers Electronics Show edition.
One of the most anticipated Android smartphones to be on display at CES 2013, Sony’s Xperia Z, might have not had many surprises in store spec-wise, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t make waves in Vegas.
The first set of Sony Xperia Z sample photos have just been posted online by Engadget as part of a hands-on preview of the latest flagship Sony smartphone.
More is better thinks Sony’s marketing team, which just opened the floodgates and published no fewer than 18 videos dedicated to the Xperia Z and its sibling, the Xperia ZL.
Sony’s flagship 2013 Android handset, the Xperia Z, was announced yesterday at CES 2013 – see our hands-on video here – and it will be launched in Q1 2013 in various markets.
CES 2013 is underway in Las Vegas and we’re walking the floors of the show in search of the most interesting new Android smartphones, tablets and other devices.
Let’s recap the highlights of the crazy first day of CES 2013 in an attempt to distinguish the signal from the noise. We’ll include in this roundup Nvidia’s event on Sunday evening, which could turn out to be the biggest news for Android enthusiasts at CES 2013.
Sony’s new flagship, first known as the Yuga and then as the Xperia Z, stopped being a secret a while ago, so you can’t say we’re very surprised to see it on display at CES.